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Puget Sound Energy

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Update April 28, 8:45 a.m.: On reconsideration Wednesday morning, lawmakers decided there were better places than the Public Service Commission budget to find $75,000 for an investigation into the PSC's decision to not allow NorthWestern Energy to bill customers for $6 million stemming from a months-long summer malfunction at Colstrip Power Plant. The money will come from the state general fund. 

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Montana's attorney general is one step closer to taking up NorthWestern Energy’s fight over Colstrip Power Plant repairs, following a Monday state House vote to nullify portions of the private business agreement governing the generator.

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A last-ditch effort to save Colstrip Power Plant and shield NorthWestern Energy from financial losses, should the coal-fired generator shut down, won final Senate approval Thursday, despite warnings about consumer debt.

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